Spinal Decompression

Spinal Decompression Therapy

First approved by the FDA in 2001, spinal decompression therapy has evolved into a highly cost-effective treatment for degenerative spinal discs, disc herniations, and spinal stenosis.

Decompression therapy works by significantly reducing intra-discal pressures that are placed on injured disc tissue.

All American Medical offers their patients spinal decompression to help them experience pain relief.

What We Treat With Spinal Decompression Therapy

Spinal decompression is used to treat patients with herniated or bulging discs, degenerative disc disease, facet syndrome, sciatica or leg pain, failed back surgery syndrome, and non-specific mechanical neck or low back pain resulting in spinal stenosis.

Covington Spinal Decompression Therapy Team

Dr. Curtis and Dr. Strahl lead the experienced spinal decompression therapy team at our Covington, LA clinic.

Dr. Chip Curtis, DC, FSCT | Chiropractor & Founder of All-American Medical
Dr. Chip Curtis, DC
Dr. Quinn Strahl, DC | Chiropractor at All-American Medical in Covington
Dr. Quinn Strahl, DC
Jenn Ledet, APRN, FNP | Nurse Practitioner at All-American Medical in Covington
Jenn Ledit, APRN, FNP

Hammond Spinal Decompression Therapy Team

Dr. Craig and Dr. Lowder lead the experienced spinal decompression therapy at our Hammond, LA clinic.

Dr. Craig Siecsnyadre, MD | Medical Director at All-American Medical
Dr. Craig Siecsnyadre, MD
Dr. Dylan Lowder, DC | All-American Medical in Hammond
Dr. Dylan Lowder, DC
Heather Shoultz, AG-ACNP, FNP |  All-American Medical in Hammond
Heather Shoultz, AG-ACNP, FNP

Multi-faceted Approach

Our approach to pain management offers physical rehabilitation, nutrition, and advanced pain-relieving cold laser with spinal decompression to treat your pain and injured disc ligaments and help regenerate injured discs and tissues.

What To Expect

You are fully clothed during this type of therapy. The doctor fits you with a harness around your pelvis and another around your trunk. You either lie face down or face up on a computer-controlled table. Treatments may last 30 to 45 minutes and require 20 to 28 treatments over five to seven weeks.

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